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>> sean: that is all the time we have tonight, be sure to join us sunday night 9 p.m., we will be investigation i going five stories you will going five stories you will >> >> shannon: happy labor day. i'm shannon bream in for greta tonight. we will bring you up to speed on everything you may have missed. starting with some bad poll numbers for democrats. according to pollster scott rasmussen. 4% of likely voters would vote for a republican candidate for congress this november. that compares to just 36% who say they prefer the democrats. president obama is not taking those numbers lying down. based on a speech in milwaukee today, is he fed up with the g.o.p. >> when it comes to just about everything we have done to strengthen our middle class, to rebuild our economy, almost every republican in congress says no. even on things we usually agree on. they say. no if i said the sky was blue, they would say no. [ laughter ] if i said fish live in the sea. they would say. no they talk about me like a dog. [ applause ] that's not in my prepared remarks. it's just -- but it's true.
, editor of the daily caller joins us. the plot thickens. good evening. >> great to see you. >> greta: isn't this fun in a political sense? he's heading out the door and he does this? >> this is a big deal. he was not some low level staffer. not a junior coffee bearer writing a tell-all this is the omb director. this is a big deal. >> greta: why? >> he's flatly contradicting essence of the obama economic program when he was essential formulator of that program. he's saying, we need to not raise taxes in the next couple of years because we know for a fact doing so hurts job growth the most important thing. and we probably can't afford he argues in the times today a middle class tax cut because we are out of money that's not the position of the obama administration at all. would you not know there was this terrible debt listening to the president. they just announced another massive spending -- infrastructure spending program, 50 billion dollars. he's flatly contradicting the president. let me say, i think the white house is not in touch with reality on this question if they think they are g
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